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Cobalt Master Alloy

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Cobalt Master Alloy (Co)

Aluminum cobalt master alloy AlCo10

Usage and dosage:

A. Calculate the total amount of the prepared melt based on the required control standards of elements in the melt and the standard content of the master alloy.

Required amount of master alloy

B. The intermediate alloy generally used to adjust the composition is added together with the charge, and placed in the middle layer of the charge and spread evenly.

C. After the melt is melted, stir evenly and take samples for analysis.

Products can be processed and customized, and there are differences according to different materials and specifications.

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A master alloy is a special alloy that uses a metal as a matrix and adds one or several elements into it to solve problems such as the element being easy to burn, having a high melting point and being difficult to melt into, having a high density and easily segregating, or to improve the properties of the alloy. It is an additive functional material.

The master alloy has complex composition and various varieties. It is designed according to the composition and special requirements of the metal materials to be smelted. It is required for the smelting of steel, cast iron, high-temperature alloys, titanium alloys, magnetic alloys, aluminum alloys and other non-ferrous metal materials. A base alloy and additives, it cannot be used directly as a metal material. Compared with the elements to be added, master alloys generally have lower melting points, faster dissolution rates, more stable yields, and stronger abilities to improve alloy properties. Therefore, master alloys can be used as elements in the alloy production process. Accurate addition and composition adjustment, grain refinement, modification treatment, purification treatment, deoxygenation and desulfurization treatment, solid solution hardening, etc. are widely used in the metal industry.